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Israel pulls out of northern Gaza
GAZA CITY (GAZA STRIP), JUNE 30. Israeli and Palestinian commanders shook hands on Monday, bulldozers dismantled checkpoints and Palestinian traffic flowed freely in the Gaza Strip the most significant sign of disengagement after 33 ...
Muster global force for Iraq, Bush told
WASHINGTON, JUNE 30. Cutting across party lines, senior law-makers are urging the Bush administration to spare no effort in putting together a global force for Iraq even if it means working with members of the NATO that were solidly opposed to ...
Mending E.U.-U.S. rift Berlusconi priority
BRUSSELS, JUNE 30.The Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, who is also the country's richest man and media tycoon, is poised to lead the European Union from Tuesday, as Italy takes over the six-monthly rotating presidency from Greece. Mr. ...
Karachi blast: death sentence for three
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 30.Three days before the high-profile visit of the Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, to France, an anti-terrorism court in Karachi today sentenced three persons to death for their alleged involvement in a suicide bomb attack ...
Resume talks as soon as possible, Japan urges LTTE
COLOMBO, JUNE 30. As part of its efforts to revive the stalled peace process, Japan today "urged" the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) to "resume talks" with Colombo "as expeditiously as possible". The message was conveyed by the ...
'Religious degree not graduation'
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 30.In a verdict that could seal the fate of several members of the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) National and Provincial Assemblies, the Peshawar High Court Tribunal has disqualified one of its Parliament members on the ground ...
8 dead in plane crash
ALGIERS: A military plane crashed in a residential area west of Algiers on Monday, killing at least eight people, Algerian radio reported. A C130 Hercules transport plane crashed in Beni Mered, near the Boufarik military airport, 40 km west of ...
India & World
Sino-Indian comfort level at a new high
BEIJING, JUNE 30.With the comfort level in the Sino-Indian relationship having reached a noticeable high in the context of the latest official visit to China by the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, the focus on the bilateral front has ...
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